Synthetic Brake Fluid Dot 3 & 4

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Synthetic Brake Fluid Dot 3 & 4

Lucas DOT 3 Brake Fluid is a high quality blend of polyethylene glycol ethers and additives which meet or exceed the industry minimum dry boiling point of 401'F. It meets the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) No. 116 and SAE J1703 specifications. Lucas DOT 3 Brake Fluid is recommended for use in both disc and drum brake system and clutch system where this type of product is called out for.

Lucas DOT 4 Brake Fluid is a high quality blend of polyethylene glycol ethers and additives which meet or exceed the industry minimum dry boiling point of 446'F. It meets the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) No. 116 and SAE J1704 specifications. Lucas DOT 4 Brake Fluid is recommended for us in both disc and drum brake system and clutch system where this type of product is called out for.

Key Benefits

  • Prevents seal hardening or softening
  • Protects against rust or corrosion
  • Provides excellent lubricity
  • Compatible with all brake system rubber components and other fluids.

 

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Packaging

Dot 3

  • #10825 - 12 Ounce (Case of 12) - 15 lbs
  • #10826 - 1 Quart (Case of 12) - 27 lbs

 

Dot 4

  • #10827 - 12 Ounce (Case of 12) - 15 lbs

 

Documentation

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Technical Data Sheet

Synthetic Brake Fluid Dot 3 - English

Synthetic Brake Fluid Dot 4 - English

Safety Data Sheet

Safety Data Sheet

Synthetic Brake Fluid Dot 3 - English

Synthetic Brake Fluid Dot 4 - English

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Terry Brennan uses Lucas Transmission Fix in 1973 Chevy Nova

I told my son to check the tranny fluid before he went out cruising, but he is a typical 17 year old and his only thought was getting his 73 Nova SS clone out for people to see. I got home from work and there was a note saying his transmission was slipping and he took my old truck to baseball practice. I smelled the fluid and it didn't smell to burnt so I decided to do a filter change and see what would happen. When I went down to my local NAPA dealer to talk to my friend that works there and pick up a filter, I asked about your Transmission Fix that was in a display by the counter and he told me that people have told him a number of success stories about it. He did say if there was an over amount of large metal pieces in the pan that a rebuild or swap might be needed. I removed the pan and yes indeed there were some metal shavings in there, not a lot, but enough to make me concerned as well as a lot of sludge and a clogged filter screen. So I cleaned everything up put in the filter and replaced the pan, let it set over night to let the Permitex cure. The next night I got home from work dumped in some tranny fluid and 24ozs of your Transmission Fix and you guessed it, it works like new. Side bar story: in talking with my future son-in law his West Virginia cousins swear by your products and you guessed it again I swear by them now to. I'm even considering putting it on my pancakes, keep up the good work and thank you for helping us old gear heads out!

Terry Brennan

King George, VA

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